CEO Bob Pittman’s plan to get personally involved in fixing 25 struggling Clear Channel stations just got uglier.
But if you think Pittman is doing this for a rating point or two, you’re in for a big surprise.
Pittman is about to remake Clear Channel programming in a way only an investment bank like Bain Capital would like.
He wants you to think it’s about ratings.
Here’s what he’s really up to.
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- Why Pittman is personally visiting 25 struggling stations.
- Which new market has been added to the Pittman itinerary.
- What type of markets will Pittman “fix” first.
- What part iHeartRadio plays in the repair of Clear Channel stations.
- Why Pittman would personally stick out his neck at 25 top market stations – ratings?
- Doomsday scenario: what if it doesn’t work? Who pays the price?
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